Len Barker Reserve


3.9 from 19 users


COVID-19 Update Yorke Peninsula Council has now re-opened our bush camping sites for regional travellers. Please remember that: Gatherings should be kept to 10 or less people at any time; Maintain 1.5m social distancing (1 person per 4 sqm); If you have any cold or flu symptoms, please stay home until you are well; Wash your hands often, wipe down touched surfaces and cover your coughs and sneezes; and If you are a vulnerable person (i.e. elderly of have chronic health conditions), consult your doctor before planning to travel. ------- All designated bush camp grounds are subject to a fee and a permit must be obtained prior to setting up camp Each vehicle requires a permit - if you are towing a caravan or trailer, these details will be added to your permit as part of the booking process. The permit is not restricted to a particular camp ground, but covers camping at any of Yorke Peninsula's designated bush camp grounds. The permit does NOT cover Innes National Park. Permits available include nightly, weekly, four weeks, and 12 months. All camping permits are recorded on a central data base - there is no need to print anything, rangers will monitor vehicle registration details. Purchase your permit online or at the Council offices: Maitland Council Office - 8 Elizabeth Street Maitland Minlaton Council Office - 18 Main Street Minlaton Yorketown Council Office - 15 Yorketown Road Yorketown Len Barker Reserve is located on North Coast Road about half way between Point Turton and Point Souttar, near the junction of North Coast Road and West Cowie Road. The camping area is fenced at either end. Most people go camping to enjoy the peace and quiet and may not appreciate a noisy generator - of course if you need to run a generator throughout the night

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Lat: -34.920656 Lng: 137.301406

User Reviews



Didn't stay here, but it looks to be well sheltered. We continued on to Burners Beach Bush Campground. Very windy this week but plenty of good sites. Dont forget your camping permit!


Jack Robinson

Nice quiet little spot near Point Turton with rocks to explore when the tide is out. Only one other camper in the area but a long way away from us. Enjoyed a campfire, sunset behind our van and sunrise right out in front over the water. No good for fishing - too many rocks & snags.



Great spot with beautiful views and close to Warooka for all your needs, plus bonus the use of a genie.


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